8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Manuscript Writing: A Reviewer’s Perspective
Via Zoom (The link will be sent 2 days prior to the event to registered participants)
The link will be sent 2 days prior to the event to registered participants
A well-recognized intellectual and scientific niche is the first step towards Academic Success. While niche establishment depends on the quality of your research, its recognition is primarily determined by the successful presentation of your findings to the scientific community. Therefore, manuscript writing is a key factor in your academic success. Clear writing is one essential reason that papers are accepted for publication and grants are funded. In this context, communication, defined by the reader’s comprehension of your written message becomes the key to your success.
Dr. Laure Aurelian, who also leads OFDD’s quarterly K-Award workshop, will discuss different strategies to help you develop your own clear way of data presentation. She will explain reviewers’ and readers’ expectations and the most common misconceptions and provide an overview of the strategies to be used for writing clarity and impact. Attendee participation during the session is tantamount to the learning in this workshop.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is specifically designed for Stanford Faculty at the level of Assistant Professor, **Clinical Assistant Professor, **Clinical Instructor, and Instructor interested in a career in academic medicine and are in the process of writing their grant for an NIH Career Award.
Dr. Laure Aurelian is senior advisor for faculty development at Stanford University and Professor Emerita of Pharmacology and Microbiology at the University of Maryland Medical School. Her research interests are focused on virology, immunology and cellular and molecular biology, with emphasis on cancer and neuroscience. She received her first R01 award in 1970 and has since been continuously supported by NIH grants. She is the author of 300 publications in outstanding peer-reviewed journals and numerous review articles and book chapters. She is the inventor on 14 U.S. and foreign patents. She has trained over 50 students and post-doctoral fellows most of whom have achieved independent academic careers. Dr. Aurelian has served on standing study sections that review R01, PO1 and K award applications and is still functioning as a reviewer for NIH grants. At the University of Maryland, she works with investigators in developing grant proposals and programmatic initiatives, and educates faculty in grant and manuscript writing skills